Barnes & Noble Update 3G Nook, Release WiFi-Only Version

Barnes & Noble have released a new WiFi-only version of their Android-powered nook eReader at the very enticing price point of $149.99.  Essentially, the only difference between this and the original is the connection.  Speaking of the original, the 3G & WiFi capable model has dropped ...

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Pandigital’s $200 Color e-reader Due in June, Supports Barnes & Noble

Pandigital, a company known for digital picture frames, will be dropping their first e-reader, the Novel, next month. For $200, users will get a 7-inch color touch screen, WiFi (802.11 b/g/n) connectivity, and 1GB of internal storage. Like many other e-readers, the Novel supports PDF, EPUB, and ...

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Nook Hacks Continue with Working Browser

I’ve come to the conclusion that the guys over at NookDevs just don’t sleep.  I was  getting ready to head off to la-la land when I saw a tweet that grabbed my attention. “Lades and Gentlemen. The nook now has a working browser.”    

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Devs Root the Barnes & Noble Nook

“thought i would share this with you before going to bed. it took only 120 hours after launch (12/8/2009) 2 root #nook. world record? gnight“ That was the last tweet from nookdevs last night. One of the more interesting details is that they’ve discovered the Nook OS is running on ...

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Where’s the Barnes & Noble eReader App for Android?

One of the hottest topics in Android this week has been the new Barnes & Noble “nook” ebook Reader.  Among the first Android-based devices of its kind, the device is sure to be a hot seller this holiday season.  After all, it has plenty of features that the Amazon Kindle 2 ...

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Around the AndroidoSphere

The Android news has been coming at us faster than ever before. Even with the great team we have here at AndroidGuys, there are still going to be articles and items that slip through the cracks.  For this very reason, we’ve created a meta-post called “Around the ...

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Barnes & Noble’s “nook” Run Android, Has WiFi, PDF Support and More

The buzz word this week seems to be eBook Readers – specifically the Barnes & Noble ‘nook’ which makes its debut today.  Why would an Android site be talking about an eBook Reader, you might ask?  Well as it turns out, this one has Android running under the hood… ...

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Spring Design Announces “Alex” the First Android-Based e-book Reader

Say hello to Alex, Spring Design’s brand new Android-based ereader!  Featuring a 6” E-Ink electronic paper display (EPD) up top and a 3.5” color LCD display down below,  the device is the first e-book powered by green robots that offers full browser capability over 3G, EVDO/CDMA and ...

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Barnes & Noble’s eReader Pics and Minor Details Emerge

We still have to wait until next Tuesday for the complete set of specs and pricing but a few details have been unearthed regarding Barnes & Noble’s eReader.  The device will sport two screens – a 6 inch e-ink display on top for reading books and a separate multi-touch color LCD ...

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Pouring Water on the B&N eReader Rumor?

All the excitement around today’s news of a Barnes & Noble eReader running Android may end up being for naught. According to IREX Technologies, their new DR800SG series eReader is going to be the device that Barnes & Noble uses for their Kindle-killer.  This soon-to-be released ...

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App Review: Aldiko

Electronic books should have replaced the printed books for years now, so we had been told. We are not there yet but some efforts are made such as with devices like Amazon’s Kindle or Sony’s reader. You can get (read: buy) most new books as an electronic version, the latest example ...

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